PC Mag - It can be hard to find the right price-to-quality ratio for tech gear, especially when you're under the gun to tick off items on a holiday list. Depending on what you're looking for, you could end up spending $500 for a piece of junk, or picking up a gem for just $20. With a target top price of $150, we found 15 products that strike the perfect balance: they're sure to leave a lasting impression, but won't bust your budget. Our list has some excellent ideas including video-game gear, digital cameras and camcorders, speakers and headphones, ebook readers, and much more.
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